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October 2013

Regional Report Triangle October 2013

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Some Pittsboro residents believe the proposed Chatham Park development will cramp their lifestyle, turning wide spaces into tight places.

Laying it online

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Feature: How the top private companies in the state are opening up commerce on the internet.

Good Measure

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Feature: The state’s richest man recounts how getting nudged from an ivory-tower nest eventually sent SAS soaring.

The session

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Up Front: Taking the long view

Standing pat on the 3 R’s

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The governor scores big with roads, rules and job readiness.

Road to reform detours into tax cuts

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Capital GoodsDespite the attention changes to abortion and election laws brought, the state legislature's Republican majority considers those it made to the tax structure its key accomplishment this year.

Regional Report Western October 2013

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UNC Asheville ranks on U.S. News & World Report.

Regional Report Triad October 2013

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Trying to keep track of who owns the company once called Integon Corp. is like trying to win a shell game.

Regional Report Eastern October 2013

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Two decades in sales at United Parcel Service Inc. taught Travis Burt and Keith Byrd an important lesson about the logistics industry: There’s always room to negotiate.

Regional Report Charlotte October 2013

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts recommended The Ryland Group Inc.’s stock this summer in part because of the Westlake Village, Calif.-based homebuilder’s presence in Charlotte, which the New York-based investment banking firm deems one of the best housing markets in the nation.

Now about that new brand

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What is it we - and outsiders - think North Carolina is all about?

Making its marque

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Cover story: The GOP did that in the legislative session. But is it something that business will buy into?

Hard turn to the right

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The state takes a different direction in its economic development efforts.

Getting more than you pay for

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Free & Clear: “You get what you pay for” sounds like good advice. Its persuasive appeal explains why so many use it, from helpful grandpas to ambitious politicians.

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